LiquidHub buys two Salesforce firms

LiquidHub, the Wayne-based "digital integrator" and IT outsourcing firm that raised $53 million from ChrysCapital and other investors last year, says it has acquired two firms that help corporate clients use Salesforce.com software: ClosedWon, based in Albuquerque, N.M.; and Harvest Solutions, of Boston and San Francisco. This follows LiquidHub's earlier acquisition of New York-based Foundry9, a digital marketing agency. LiquidHub hasn't disclosed what it paid.

“Our acquisition of ClosedWon and Harvest Solutions is the latest example of our commitment to strengthening LiquidHub’s position as a Salesforce partner for our clients,” and to "aggressive growth," said LiquidHub boss Jonathan Brassington in a statement. Managing partner and cofounder Sid Lejfer of Harvest Solutions, cofounder Mark Morris of ClosedWon and about 28 others from the two firms will join LiquidHub's staff. 

from Rob Kelley, co-founder and partner at LiquidHub, for your last two questions. In terms of the first two, they aren’t disclosing financial figures for this transaction.

"Salesforce.com is an important growth area for LiquidHub," LiquidHub cofounder Rob Kelley told me in an email. "The acquisition of these two leading Salesforce partners will enhance our company’s focus on providing Salesforce as a key cloud platform for our clients, as well as those healthcare and high tech companies currently on ClosedWon’s and Harvest Solution’s client rosters," and spur new sales.